Rawcliffe Hall Caravan Park, Lancashire

Holiday Park (find out more here)

What Features Does Rawcliffe Hall Caravan Park Have?

Pleasant walks and rambles
Horse Riding


Are you looking for a static caravan at Rawcliffe Caravan Park? The hall is a historic mansion, dating originally from 1154 A.D., and is situated in a secluded and unrivalled position overlooking the picturesque River Wyre and is approached by a sweeping carriage drive through well-matured grounds. The Hall has many connections with famous historical figures including Oliver Cromwell, who with his army was on the march from Preston to Lancaster, they came through Elswick and district and over the ford just outside the hall gates. Fortunately for this monastic house, he missed it because of the surrounding trees.

The park has been developed over many years in the grounds of the historic Rawcliffe Hall, being well-screened in a wooded setting and approached via a long entrance drive. The park offers a quiet retreat currently providing 236 holiday static pitches (including 6 timber-clad holiday lodges).

The main park is divided into separate areas: Monk’s Wood, Poplars and Crow’s Wood, all with slightly differing character. Pheasant’s Wood is a recent, high-quality development of twin unit lodges in well-landscaped surroundings. The whole park has a mix of tarmac and gravelled roads, with some sections being wooded and others with areas laid to grass. The majority of pitches have parking bays, and there are fire points and some street lighting provided. 

Rawcliffe Hall Location

Rawcliffe Hall is exceptionally well situated, being within 16 km (10 miles) of the major holiday resort of Blackpool and with a wide range of leisure activities and places of interest in the area. The property enjoys a secluded rural position on the Fylde, surrounded by open countryside and only a short distance from the picturesque River Wyre. As well as Blackpool Tower, the Promenade and the various Pier attractions, Blackpool is also famous for its sandy beaches and Amusement Park. To the north is the historic City of Lancaster 30 km (19 miles) and beyond this, the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales and the Forest of Bowland and are all within easy reach. Locally there are a host of activities available including walking, cycling, golf, sailing, fishing and other watersports.

Junction 3 of the M55 is only 8 km (5 miles) to the south, leading to Preston 16 km (10 miles) and the M6. The excellent road network means that the conurbations of Manchester and Liverpool are

within some 45 minutes of the park.

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Rawcliffe Hall Caravan Park